Democrats are trying to capitalize on the likely next speaker’s assertion that put a partisan gloss on the Benghazi panel. Republicans want to move on.
Representative Jason Chaffetz may run for speaker after criticizing the frontrunner’s comments about the Benghazi investigation and Hillary Clinton.
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Chaffetz calls access "intimidating" and "scary."
The likely next speaker never chaired a committee and his legislative record is thin.
The Democratic frontrunner has problems with these kind of messages.
Lawmakers pass a stopgap spending bill to keep agencies open through Dec. 11.
Continuing resolution nearing passage includes funding many Republicans oppose.
The Senate easily approved a short-term spending bill, and the House is set to follow suit.
The House majority leader, running for speaker, said the GOP-led committee has helped erode the Democratic front-runner’s “unbeatable” aura.
It’s unclear how far they will be willing to go.
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